World-Class Logistics Infrastructure

A dense network of roads, railways, ports, and airports provides transport links to supply chain and physical distribution networks, allowing easy worldwide interconnectivity and efficient operational logistics. Virginia is served by the third-largest port on the East Coast, with a network of six terminals that can handle any type of cargo. Port facilities include four deep-water terminals in Hampton Roads, the inland Richmond Marine Terminal, and the Virginia Inland Port, an intermodal container transfer facility in Front Royal. In 2024, after completion of a $1.5 billion modernization and expansion project, The Port of Virginia will be the East Coast’s deepest port and one of the most advanced in the world.

~120 Nonstop Service Destinations

120 nonstop service destinations from Washington Dulles International Airport

6 Major Interstates

Six major interstates, including major north-south and east-west trucking routes

3,000 Miles of Railways

3,000 miles of railways (anchored by Class I railroads CSX and Norfolk Southern)